What are the dates and times of the trips?
We offer trips from Monday June 10 through Friday August 23, weather permitting.  No trips the week of July 4th except for Three Rivers on July 3rd.

Day Start End Type
Monday 12:15 1:45 Boating
Tuesday 9:30 11:30 Fishing or Boating
1:00 2:30 Boating
Wednesday 9:30 11:30 Fishing or Boating
7:00 8:30 Boating
Thursday 9:30 11:30 Fishing or Boating
12:15 1:45 Boating
Friday 9:30 11:30 Fishing or Boating
12:15 1:45 Boating
Friday afternoon only, 6/14, 6/28, 7/12, 7/26, 8/2, and 8/16

Where do we board the boat?
We have an agreement with Johanna Shores to use their parking lot and dock. Johanna Shores’ address is 3200 Lake Johanna Blvd, Arden Hills, 55112   Please use the rest-room at Tony Schmidt Park before getting on the boat.

Is there a fee for trips?
There is no cost for a trip and everything from life jackets to fishing equipment is provided.  Life jackets must be worn on the dock and on the boat at all times. Donations are gladly accepted and appreciated.

Do I need a fishing license?
Care Center residents are exempt from needing fishing licenses, but need to complete a DNR form that will be emailed to you with your trip information.  If you are under the age of 90 and not a Care Center resident, you need a fishing license if you plan to fish.  You are required to present your fishing license at the time of your trip. Volunteers that are on fishing trips are required to carry their fishing license.

Can a guest be in a wheelchair?
No more than three wheelchairs are allowed on the boat. Guests can enter onto the boat via a wheelchair and then be transferred to a chair.  No motorized wheelchairs or oxygen tanks are allowed on the boat.

How many guests can be on the boat?
There is a maximum of eight people including staff allowed on the boat. Care Centers must provide staff to attend with their residents.

May we bring food?
No food or alcohol is allowed on the boat.  Please bring water for your guests if you wish.

Do you ever cancel trips?
We only cancel in extreme cases, and captains make this determination due to cold weather, rain and lightening and the heat index.  The Captain calls the contact person if a trip is cancelled.

What happens in the case of an emergency?
We call 911 and immediately dock the boat at the public landing.  Captains and Mates are not medically trained and will not administer any medical help.

What do we need to bring the day of the trip?
1. Release of Liability & Photo Release Form – Must be completed with each guests’ name and signed. This form is included in the pre-trip email or Release of Liability.
2. FIshing License if required or a completed DNR form
3. Staff persons that are responsible for the group

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